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Politecnico di Milano BPM 2008
6th International Conference on Business Process Management

1-4 September 2008 Milan, Italy

BPM Final Program, PDF version

day (September  1)

9.00 -- 17.30 BPM08 Workshops

19.30 Reception at Galleria Meravigli

Main Conference Preliminary Program

Tuesday (September  2)

9.00 -- 10:30  Session I: Welcome & Keynote

Barbara Pernici and Fabio Casati, BPM?08 General Chairs
Giovanni Azzone, Pro-Rector of Politecnico di Milano
Wil Van Der Aalst, BPM Steering Committee Chair
Marlon Dumas and Manfred Reichert, BPM?08 Program Chairs
Danilo Ardagna, BPM?08 Organization Char

Keynote 1: Paul Harmon (Executive Editor and Founder, BPTrends, USA)
Business Process Management - Today and Tomorrow
Chair: Fabio Casati

10.30 -- 11.00 Coffee Break

11.00 -- 12.30 Session II: Modeling Guidelines, chair: Akhil Kumar

  • Jana Koehler, Thomas Gschwind and Janette Wong. Applying Patterns during Business Process Modeling
  • Hajo Reijers and Jan Mendling. Modularity in Process Models: Review and Effects
  • Juliane Siegeris and Oliver Grasl. Model Driven Business Transformation (Industry paper)

12.30 -- 14.00 Lunch

14.00 -- 15.30 Session III:  Flexibility & User Interaction, chair: Schahram Dustdar

  • Helen Schonenberg, Barbara Weber, Boudewijn van Dongen and Wil van der Aalst. Supporting Flexible Processes Through Log-Based Recommendations
  • Massimiliano de Leoni, Wil van der Aalst and Arthur ter Hofstede. Visual Support for Work Assignment in Process-Aware Information Systems
  • Todor Stoitsev, Stefan Scheidl, Felix Flentge and Max Mhlhuser. From Personal Task Management to End User Driven Business Process Modeling (Industry paper)

15.30 -- 16.00: Coffee Break

16.00 -- 17.30 Session IV: Formal Methods, chair: Jörg Desel

  • Jussi Vanhatalo, Hagen Voelzer and Jana Koehler. The Refined Process Structure Tree
  • Christian Stahl and Karsten Wolf. Covering Places and Transitions in Open Nets
  • Niels Lohmann. Correcting Deadlocking Service Choreographies Using a Simulation-Based Graph Edit Distance

17.30 -- 18.30 Session V: Demo Session, chair: Malu Castellanos

  • Juhnyoung Lee, Rama Akkiraju, Chun Hua Tian, Shun Jiang, Sivaprashanth Danturthy, and Ponn Sundhararajan. Business Transformation Workbench: A Practitioner's Tool for Business Transformation
  • Gero Decker, Hagen Overdick and Mathias Weske. Oryx - An Open Modeling Platform for the BPM Community
  • Dominic Muuller, Manfred Reichert, Joachim Herbst, Detlef Koontges and Andreas Neubert. COREPROSim: A Tool for Modeling, Simulating and Adapting Data-driven Process Structures
  • Gero Decker, Remco Dijkman, Marlon Dumas and Luciano García-Bañuelos. A Tool for Transforming BPMN to YAWL
  • Ali Aiit-Bachir, Marlon Dumas and Marie-Christine Fauvet. BESERIAL: Behavioural Service Interface Analyser
  • Dominic Greenwood. Goal-Oriented Autonomic Business Process Modeling and Execution: Engineering Change Management Demonstration 

During the demo session a light refreshment will be available.

Wednesday (September 3)

9.15 -- 10.30 Session VI: Keynote 2, chair: Manfred Reichert

Michael Rosemann (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
Understanding and Impacting the Practice of Business Process Management

10.30 -- 11.00: Coffee Break

11.00 -- 12.30 Session VII:  Modelling Paradigms & Issues, chair: Hajo Reijers

  • Ksenia Wahler and Jochen Kuester. Predicting Coupling of Object-Centric Business Process Implementations
  • Gero Decker and Jan Mendling. Instantiation Semantics for Process Models
  • Xiao Liu, Jinjun Chen and Yun Yang. A Probabilistic Strategy for Setting Temporal Constraints in Scientific Workflows

12.30 -- 14.00: Lunch

14.00 -- 15.30 Session VIII: Quantitative Analysis, chair: Frank Puhlmann

  • Anne Rozinat, Moe Wynn, Wil van der Aalst, Arthur ter Hofstede and Colin Fidge. Workfow Simulation for Operational Decision Support Using Design, Historic and State Information
  • Yudistira Asnar and Paolo Giorgini. Analyzing Business Continuity through a Multi-Layers Model
  • Jiajie Xu, Chengfei Liu and Xiaohui Zhao. Resource Allocation vs. Business Process Improvement: How They Impact on Each Other?

15.30 -- 16.00: Coffee Break

16.00 -- 17.00 Session IX: Process Similarity, chair: Jan Mendling

  • Jochen Kuester, Christian Gerth, Alexander Foerster and Gregor Engels. Detecting and Resolving Process Model Differences in the Absence of a Change Log
  • Remco Dijkman. Diagnosing Differences between Business Process Models

17.00 -- 18.00 Session X:  Panel Discussion
Managing Process Variability and Compliance in the Enterprise ? An Opportunity Not To Be Missed, or a Fools Errand?
Organizers: Heiko Ludwig & Chris Ward, IBM Research
Panelists: Schahram Dustdar, TU Vienna, Austria, Manfred Reichert, University of Twente, The Netherlands, Jyoti Bhat, Infosys, India, Claudio Bartolini, HP, USA

20.00 Conference Dinner at Palazzo delle Stelline

Thursday (September 4)

9.15 -- 10.30 Session XI: Keynote 3, chair: Barbara Pernici

Peter Dadam (University of Ulm, Germany)
The Future of BPM: Flying with the Eagles or Scratching with the Chickens?

10.30 -- 11.00: Coffee Break

11.00 -- 12.30: Session XII:  BPM meets SOA, chair: Marlon Dumas

  • Cesare Pautasso. BPEL for REST
  • Thomas Hettel, Christian Flender and Alistair Barros. Scaling Choreography  Modelling for B2B Value-Chain Analysis
  • Sebastian Stein, Stefan Khne, Jens Drawehn, Sven Feja and Werner Rotzoll. Evaluation of OrViA Framework for Model-Driven SOA Implementations: An Industrial Case Study (Industry Paper)

12.30 -- 14.00: Lunch

14.00-15.00    Session 13 - Panel 2:
Future of BPMN - Technology and Industry
Organizer: Vishal Saxena, Oracle

15.00 -- 16.30 Session XIV  Process Compliance and Discovery, chair: Wil van der Aalst

  • Ahmed Awad, Gero Decker and Mathias Weske. Efficient Compliance Checking using BPMN-Q and Temporal Logic
  • Pedro Diniz and Diogo Ferreira. Automatic Extraction of Process Control Flow from I/O Operations
  • Josep Carmona, Jordi Cortadella and Michael Kishinevsky. A region-based algorithm for discovering Petri nets from event logs

Conference closing and announcement of BPM 2009
BPM Final Program, PDF version


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